T-shirts support disabled vets, military families

There is always room in the drawer for another cool t-shirt. That’s what Project EverGreen and Nufarm are counting on as they offer special edition “A Greener Call of Duty” t-shirts for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to support the GreenCare for Troops initiative.

The shirts, which will be available through November 22, retail for $20 and can be ordered at www.mmipromo.com/nufarmgcft. Orders received by November 15 have guaranteed delivery by December 20 in time for Christmas.

The durable cotton/polyester shirts make perfect gifts for landscape crews and field service personnel, and demonstrate your commitment to the program and giving back to families and veterans who sacrifice so much.

“These special edition t-shirts are a terrific way to support the GreenCare for Troops program, and outfit your employees with a t-shirt that promotes the value of green spaces,” says Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “Whether you have time to volunteer for the program or not, buying t-shirts for you and your crews helps to support Project EverGreen’s efforts to provide free lawn and landscape services to our military heroes.”

Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops provides complimentary lawn and landscape services for the families of currently deployed military personnel, and post 9/11 disabled veterans with a service-connected disability.

The 11-year-old nationwide program is made possible because of the generosity of volunteers and sponsors who want to give back to our nation’s heroes for the sacrifices they have made on behalf of all Americans. These complimentary services are provided to eligible families in need to provide a helping hand to our military at a time they need it most.

The winning t-shirt design was selected by attendees at the GIE + EXPO in Louisville. Nufarm and Toro are the primary corporate supporters of the GreenCare for Troops program.

If you are interested in registering to become a GreenCare for Troops volunteer, visit www.ProjectEverGreen.org